Marianna Miller Collection

Stewart Bell Jr. Archives Room
Handley Regional Library / Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society

Marianna Miller Collection, 1271 THL

Scope and Content: The collection contains an album of photographs in a leather binder. The photographs are of people and buildings in Winchester, VA. The photographs were produced using the cyanotype process.
(1 box) Last updated 07/05.

Biographical/Historical: Marianna Miller, the photographer, lived from 1861 to 1933. She was a lifelong resident of Winchester, VA.

Cite As: Marianna Miller Collection, 1271 THL, Stewart Bell Jr. Archives, Handley Regional Library, Winchester, VA, USA.

Organization:

Box 1

The photos in the album are listed below:

Woman reading on porch
View of open porch
Black man holding reins of horse
Woman playing violin in parlor
Exterior of 302 W. Boscawen in 1880s
Unidentified man and two women in a yard
Small child playing on sheepskin
Two women in hammock with cat and a book
Unidentified woman wearing a dark suit, standing in yard
Two women standing beside a buggy
One white and one black child standing in yard with a white woman
Women and children on an outing
Three young women posing in a yard with one man high in the tree behind them
Exterior of 103 E. Piccadilly Street
20-48 block of W. Boscawen Street view
View of bridge over river with rowers in boat and swimmers
Section of Berryville Pike (Rt. 7)
George Washington’s Headquarters, S. Braddock Street
Frederick County Courthouse with trees and benches
Amherst Street Pumping Station
Christ Episcopal Church
Daniel Morgan House on Amherst Street
Two views of the Market House that was at 15 N. Cameron Street